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Paolo Depaoli
Paolo Depaoli LUISS University

Paolo Depaoli

LUISS University

Luigi Marengo
Paolo Depaoli - short bio
Paolo Depaoli teaches Business Organization at the Department of Management, Faculty of Economics, at Sapienza University Rome, Italy. At LUISS University, Department of Law, he teaches “Organizational, social, and ethical implications of information systems” in the course on “Legal aspects of ICTs”. He lectures on “Change Management and Organizational Learning” at the University of Milan, Faculty of Political, Economic and social Studies, Italy. His academic and professional experience as a researcher and lecturer in organizational and innovation processes straddles both the private sector and the university campus. The theoretical and methodological studies conducted as part of his university activities and the action research carried out in the private sector have seen him contribute and co-author collective books, papers for international conferences and articles published in the Italian and international journals.
Digital Ethics - outline
Researchers and practitioners are engaged in developing approaches and practices to deal with the ethical implications of the ever growing world of digital technologies. A wide range of ethical issues and questions are being raised concerning, for example, the promotion of codes of ethics, the emergence of dilemmas (e.g. privacy vs security or safety), disputes on intellectual property, the mitigation of the digital divide among different age groups. Drawing on the relevant literature, the lesson focuses on these issues and dilemmas. As part of the e-inclusion European policy for the elderly, the European Commission Ambient Assisted Living (AAL) program will then be presented. Group work guided by the teacher will try and develop the ethical implications that can possibly arise in carrying out AAL projects.
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Paolo Depaoli teaches Business Organization at the Department of Management, Faculty of Economics, ...
Tommaso Federici
Tommaso Federici LUISS University

Tommaso Federici

LUISS University

Tommaso Federici
Tommaso Federici teaches Human Resource Management at University of Tuscia (Viterbo, Italy) and Information Systems Management at LUISS University (Rome, Italy). He also taught at other Universities, Schools of management, Ph.D. programmes.He is since ever fascinated by the the innovation process, particularly when a new IT artifact is introduced into an organization –seen as structures, processes and groups of individuals –, possibly supported by a new organization design. His recent research interests are: Online Communities for collective action, Influence of ICT on Political Processes, Digital Natives entering the workplace. His works are published on journals – among them: Government Information Quarterly (GIQ), Communications of the AIS (CAIS), VINE The Journal of Knowledge Management Systems, Journal of Enterprise Information Management (JEIM), Journal of Cases in Information Technology (JCIT) – chapters of book, and proceedings. He also gained a long-lasting experience in leading teams along IT-based organizational innovation projects within public administrations and large companies.
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Tommaso Federici teaches Human Resource Management at University of Tuscia (Viterbo, Italy) and ...
Francesco Giuseppe Italiano
Francesco Giuseppe Italiano LUISS University

Francesco Giuseppe Italiano

LUISS University

Francesco Giuseppe
Giuseppe F. Italiano
University of Rome Tor Vergata & LUISS
Giuseppe is a Professor of Computer Science at University of Rome Tor Vergata. He holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science from Columbia University (1991). Most of his research is centered around the design, analysis and engineering of algorithms for big data sets, with applications to several areas, including graph theory, social network analysis, computer and network security, and computational biology. In 2016 Giuseppe was nominated EATCS Fellow for “fundamental contributions to the design and analysis of algorithms for solving theoretical and applied problems in graphs and massive data sets, and for his role in establishing the field of algorithm engineering”. Giuseppe strives to pursue research questions that are not only academically challenging, but also relate to important practical problems, and thus he has been actively working on the technology transfer of his research results: he co-founded two successful startups, TrustMyPhone and Wireless Lab (recently sold to a French company).
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Giuseppe is a Professor of Computer Science at University of Rome Tor Vergata. ...
Luigi Marengo
Luigi Marengo LUISS University

Luigi Marengo

LUISS University

Luigi Marengo
Luigi Marengo is professor of economics in the Department of Business and Management of LUISS University in Rome. He is also managing editor of the journal “Structural Change and Economic Dynamics”, published by Elsevier. His main research areas include Organizational Studies, Economics of Innovation and Technological Change, Industrial Economics, Evolutionary Theory. He has published several articles in Organization Science, Research Policy, Journal of Industrial Economics, Industrial and Corporate Change, Journal of Evolutionary Economics, Journal of Economic Psychology, Organization Studies, and several other journals.
He graduated with the University of Torino (Italy) and got his PhD with the Science Policy Research Unit (SPRU), Sussex University, UK
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Luigi Marengo is professor of economics in the Department of Business and Management ...
Marco Francesco Mazzu
Marco Francesco Mazzu LUISS University

Marco Francesco Mazzu

LUISS University

Marco Francesco Mazzu
Marco Francesco Mazzù is Professor of Practice of Marketing and Digital and Senior Advisor on International Marketing and Internationalization Strategies at LUISS «Guido Carli» in Rome.
At Luiss, he teaches courses at Executive programs, MBA and within the Master's Degree in Management, Master’s Degree in Marketing Management and the Master in Marketing Management. He is Senior Research Fellow of the X.ITE Research Center on Behaviors and Technologies, and Director of the Digital Marketing & Social Communication Master track.
As of 2017, has been appointed as consultant in the “Commissione parlamentare di inchiesta sul sistema bancario e finanziario”, of the Italian Senate and Chamber of Deputies. He graduated with honors in Mechanical Engineering, and has been awarded in 2000 with a Master in Business Administration at INSEAD (Fontainebleau - France), the number 1 ranked Business School as per FT ranking in 2017.
He has worked in IBM and in the Marketing Department of Procter & Gamble, before joining McKinsey in 1999, where he became partner in 2008. He assisted companies in more than 20 countries on strategy, business development, marketing & sales, operation management, organization management and mergers projects as well as on turnaround and restructuring operations.
In McKinsey, he has been co-leader of the "Marketing Branding" practices for Europe. He has been part of the leadership group of "Apparel, Fashion and Luxury", "Marketing & Sales", "Consumer Goods & Retail” and of the "Automotive” practices.
In 2008 he was part of the leadership group opening McKinsey Cairo office and in 2011 he launched the first Observatory on "Digital Luxury Experience” for Altagamma (The Italian luxury brand association).
From 2013 to 2016 he was Responsible for “Origination Strategy and Market Development” in Fincantieri, the number 1 western shipbuilder, with focus on the Business Unit producing Mega-Yacht. In the same period, he was part of the leadership committee of SYBAss, the worldwide Mega-Yacht manufacturers’ category association.
He has been Director and Member of Board of Camper & Nicholson International, the global leader in all luxury yachting activities, superyacht sales, purchase, luxury yacht charter, marketing, yacht management and new construction of the finest super yachts in the world. He is author of several books on published on Marketing, Branding and Retail as well as publication in specialized newspapers and magazines (e.g., Harvard Business Review, Financial Times, Il Sole24Ore, and others). He has been keynote speaker of several international events including Financial Times Business of Luxury and Altagamma Digital Luxury Experience.
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Marco Francesco Mazzù is Professor of Practice of Marketing and Digital and Senior Advisor ...
Vincent Montenero
Vincent Montenero Université Paris-Dauphine

Vincent Montenero

Université Paris-Dauphine

Marco Francesco Mazzu
Vincent has more than 25 years’ experience working in multinational companies, in which he held several commercial and managerial functions (business development manager, key account manager, general manager, head of subsidiaries) and managed different multi-cultural teams. During that period, he handled many tasks linked to Italy (shut down of production, introduction of new product ranges, negotiation with Italian automotive companies, definition of specific service packages, etc.). After obtaining a Master in Intercultural Management at Dauphine University and successfully completing a coaching training at IFPNL in Paris, he became intercultural coach and Airbus certified facilitator in 2008. Since then, he has supported several French and Italian expatriates and organized a certain number of French-Italian workshops. In 2012, he published, with Cristina Cazorzi, a book intended for French business travellers working with Italian colleagues and partners. Together, they have conducted research on Italian expatriates and on the impact of corporate cultures of Italian MNC on management practices. Vincent holds a PhD in Management from Dauphine University. He was part-time lecturer at Lille1 for 5 years, in charge of a Master’ Degree on European Affairs. Nowadays, he organizes several training sessions for aerospace and aviation companies, and teaches several courses on international strategies, communication, business cultures and intercultural management in several universities in France (Dauphine and EDHEC business school), as well as in Russia and the Czech Republic (Mendel, Česká Zemědělská, Plekhanov).
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Vincent has more than 25 years’ experience working in multinational companies, ...
Anouk Mukherjee
Anouk Mukherjee Université Paris-Dauphine

Anouk Mukherjee

Université Paris-Dauphine

Anouk Mukherjee
Initially trained as an electrical engineer, Anouk developed a career in information technology, eventually taking on software development as a project manager. After about a decade in industry, he decided to pursue a new career, this time in academia. Working on the topic of organizational space and its relationship to emerging technologies, notably mobile, Anouk is keen to understand our daily experiences of space and the implications of technology on our work practices. Emergent work practices and new work spaces such as Fablabs, co-working spaces, and other third spaces are very interesting objects of study for Anouk since they put into sharp focus those innovative work practices benefitting from new technologies. These emergent work practices are disrupting organizations around the world, hence what is called digital disruption. Anouk has a PhD from Université Paris-Dauphine and is the coordinator of the Parisian program for the summer school.
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Initially trained as an electrical engineer, Anouk developed a career in information technology, ...
Daniela Piana
Daniela Piana LUISS University

Daniela Piana

LUISS University

Daniela Piana
Daniela Piana is a professor of political science since 2014 (2012 call national certification), PhD in sociology at the University of Paris IV Sorbonne in 2001. Jean Monnet Fellow (EUI° in 2003, Fulbright Fellow (UC Berkeley) in 2007, associate at the Institut des Hautes sur la Justice in Paris and at the Institute of social sciences of politics, ENS Paris Saclay. She coordinates "Just Europe", ICEDD Luiss. She collaborates with the School of Magistrates, the National Lawyers Association and the European Network for Judicial Training. Co-chair of the Research Group EGPA Sociology of the State and of the Society for Comparative Legislation. Member of the Observatory of the impact of the reforms for the economic growth (Cabinet of the Ministry of Justice) and delegate at the permanent round table of OECD on access to justice and Agenda 2030. In 2016 appointed by CRUI as member of the standing group «IT and justice» and coordinator of the bilateral round table «court organisation».
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Daniela Piana is a professor of political science since 2014 (2012 call national certification), PhD in sociology ...
Paolo Spagnoletti
Paolo Spagnoletti LUISS University

Paolo Spagnoletti

LUISS University

Paolo Spagnoletti
Paolo Spagnoletti is Associate Professor in Information Systems and Organization at the Department of Business and Management and a member of the Research Center in Leadership, Innovation and Organisation (CLIO) at LUISS.
He teaches courses on Digital Transformation, Business Organization, Digital Business and Workplace Technologies and Cybersecurity at PhD, Master and bachelor level.
He is the scientific responsible of the new Bachelor in Management and Data Science, the Master in Cybersecurity, the Summer Program Digital Disruption Management, the Digital Skills Lab and executive programs in Management and IT governance (EMIT), Management of IoT and Industry 4.0 (MIOT) and Strategic Affairs at the Business School and School of Government His research focuses on the architectural and emergent aspects of digital innovation with a special focus on cybersecurity, collaboration and IS design. He is interested in organizational change and information infrastructures. On these topics ha has edited three books and published over 80 peer-reviewed articles in outlets such as JIT, JSIS, I&M, CAIS, ICIS, among others.
Paolo has joined LUISS in 2008 as Assistant Professor and before that he has collaborated with the Research Center in Information Systems (CeRSI), leading the LUISS research unit in projects funded by the EC and other public and private bodies. He is currently heading the LUISS unit in the EU Erasmus+ project MASTIS “Establishing Modern Master-level Studies in Information Systems”. Paolo was principal investigator of the Italian government-funded joint research project HOPES: “Help and social interaction for elderly On a multimedia Platform with E-Social best practices” (EU Ambient Assisted Living Programme) between 2010 and 2013 and he headed research on digital platform design and governance at CeRSI from 2006 to 2015. In the past, he has worked as a computer forensics consultant for law enforcement agencies and as an Officer (Tenant) at the IT Department of Arma dei Carabinieri Headquarter.
Paolo serves as the Italian representative of the ERCIS network and as Vice-President of the Italian chapter of AIS. Within ItAIS he has been Program Chair of the annual conference and has founded the Special Interest Group on e-leadership. Paolo serves as Executive Editor of the Springer Series Lecture Notes in Information Systems and Organization and as reviewer for IS journals and conferences such as JMS, JMIS, JAIS, EJIS, AoM OCIS, and ECIS.
As a visiting scholar, he spent six months at the London School of Economics in 2005 and further two months at the CIS Robinson College of Business, Georgia State University at Atlanta in 2012. He has visited the Centre for eGovernment of the Department of Information Systems at the University of Agder in 2013 and 2016. In 2015, he was awarded with an International Chair at LUISS and spent one month at the Institute for Information Management of the University of St. Gallen. Since 2016, he teaches Digital Platforms and Cybersecurity at Paris Dauphine, SKEMA and Warwick Business School.
Paolo earned his PhD in Information Systems from LUISS University, a Master degree in Business Engineering from Tor Vergata University and a MSc in Electronic Engineering from La Sapienza University. He has also worked as a junior researcher at the Institut National Polytechnique de Lorraine between 2000 and 2001.
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Paolo Spagnoletti is Associate Professor in Information Systems and Organization at the Department of Business ...
Najma Saidani
Najma Saidani Université Paris-Dauphine

Najma Saidani

Université Paris-Dauphine

Najma Saidani
Najma is an Assistant Professor of Information Systems at NEOMA Business School in France (Rouen Campus). She holds a dual PhD in Computer Information Systems from Georgia State University and Paris-Dauphine University since 2016. Najma’s research investigates the negative effects of massive investments in ICTs on humans. Her research focuses on phenomena such as technostress and information and technology overload and searches how individuals cope with such disruptive states. Najma also works on the digital transformation of organizations with a special focus on how collaborative technologies affect work routines and procedures. A third focus of her research contributes to a better understanding of the concept of ‘adaptation’ from a theoretical perspective. Her teaching activities include mainly the coordination of the course the digital organization, the animation of SAP workshops and the supervision of master thesis.
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Najma is an Assistant Professor of Information Systems at NEOMA Business School in France (Rouen Campus). ...
Paula Ungureanu
Paula Ungureanu LUISS University

Paula Ungureanu

LUISS University

Paula Ungureanu
Paula Ungureanu is associate researcher at the School of Engineering of the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia and member of the Centre for Research in Leadership, Innovation, and Organisation (CLIO) at LUISS University. She has been a visiting scholar at Northwestern University and Paris Dauphine. Her research interests include knowledge sharing and boundary work across groups, professions and in inter-organizational settings, with a particular attention to material artifacts and collaborative spaces. She also studies the relation between management theory and managerial practice. Her work can be found in journals such as Organization Studies, Academy of Management Learning and Education, Management Inquiry.
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Paula Ungureanu is associate researcher at the School of Engineering of the University of Modena and ...